... and Oh the places I'll go next
A lone surfer braves the icy Atlantic Ocean in January 2011 at Lahinch Beach, Co Clare, Ireland against the backdrop of a spectacular sunset. Photo by Olly Griffin.
I want to see this
Glowing bioluminescent plankton in the tide line washes up onto a beach on Vaadhoo Island, Raa Atoll, Maldives, with stars above and a ship’s lights on the horizon. Picture: Doug Perrine / Barcroft Media
Having a good time dancing and goofing around in the gravity lounge in the Guinness Brewery.
I got up early on Tuesday and drove to valley and old celtic monastic settlement Glendalough. I was hoping for a nice sunrise with a bit of mist/fog and I wasn’t disappointed.
The morning mist and backlight sun created a lovely layering and the trees and buidlings of the monastery are shown as sillhouettes. You can see the top of the famous round tower and two of the seven churches - St. Mary’s or Our Lady’s Church and the cathedral.
Even though it looks like it this is not in sepia. Instead the colours are created by the warm morning light.